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Good Schools Edit
Shaolin (少林) Edit
The Shaolin are leaders, judges, and guardians of the weak. They use fierce attacks and overwhelming strength to defeat their enemies. (The Shaolin only take male disciples.)
Emei (峨眉) Edit
The Sisterhood of the Emei dominate the Southwest district. They are considered one of the three Righteous Schools, along with the Shaolin and Wudang. (Emei only accepts female disciples.)
Wudang (武当) Edit
Wudang disciples are known as wandering protectors and devout Taoists. In combat, they seek a balance between body and mind, and use chi to weaken stronger opponents and turn their attacks against themselves.
Beggars' Sect (丐帮) Edit
Casually neutral, but helpful and friendly, the Beggars are one of the largest schools in Jianghu, and made up of people from all walks of life. They are renowned for their staff-fighting techniques. (Only players with the Beggar profession can join this School.)
Neutral Schools Edit
Scholars (君子堂) Edit
The Scholars are devoted to the arts of the mind; they are skilled in chess, music, painting, and calligraphy...and the secret knowledge of deadly musical frequencies. A Scholar's melody can rupture organs, and kill an enemy without a scratch. (Only players with a culture profession (ie. Calligrapher, Musician, Weiqi Player, or Painter) can join this school.)
Tangmen (唐门) Edit
Tangmen is only loyal to themselves. They specialize in hit-and-run tactics, hidden weapons, and crippling poisons.
Evil Schools Edit
Royal Guards (锦衣卫) Edit
Vicious and cruel, the Royal Guards seek power and control. Their brutal, merciless attacks are the dark twin of Shaolin.
Wanderer's Valley (极乐谷) Edit
The acolytes of the Wanderer's Valley are amoral, secretive and sinister. Their art focuses on the use of cunning tricks, poisons, and their vicious mastery of dark chi.